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Posted on December 05 2022

'Jobs in Canada up by 10,000 in Nov 2022', StatCan Reports

By  Editor
Updated November 01 2023

Highlights: Increased Jobs in Canada

  • A new Labor Report was released by Statistics Canada
  • There was an increase in participation in the workforce by both men and women.
  • Immigrants from both these sections too participated more in the workforce.
  • The job opportunities witnessed an increase of 10,000 job roles in November 2022.

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Abstract: The participation of women and men in Canada rose in the workforce of the country during November 2022, as found by StatCan reports.

The Labor Force Survey report was published on November 2022. It was authorized by Statistics Canada. Women in the age group of 25 to 54 years of age experienced increased employment by 0.4%. They are considered to be the primary working age group.

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Know More about the StatCan Reports of Jobs in Canada

Among the immigrants who arrived recently, core working-aged women who migrated to Canada in the last 5 years witnessed an employment rate of 69.7 percent in November 2022. It is the highest employment rate for immigrant women in Canada of working age in the past 16 years.

The employment rate in primary working-aged Canadian citizens rose by 0.8 percent to 84.7 percent in November 2022. The increase was influenced by more core-aged women participating in the workforce. The group has an employment rate of 81.6 percent. The employment rate for men in the core working-age group is 87.8%.

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Employment trends across Canada

The employment trends in November 2022 saw an increase of 10,000 jobs. The unemployment rate in Canada dropped to 5.1%. The employment participation rate in Canada dropped to 64.8 percent in November.

The average hourly income of employees was above 5 percent for the 6th consecutive month in November. The hourly income was around 32.11 CAD from November 2021. It suggests that new immigrants arriving in the country will have additional opportunities to work in Canada while having increased income.

Employment trends by province

Detailed information about the employment trends in the province of Canada is given:

Job Trends in Canada
Provinces/Territories Employment Rate (in Percentage)
Prince Edward Island 6.8
Quebec 3.8
Newfoundland and Labrador 10.7
Manitoba 4.4
Alberta 5.8
British Columbia NA
Ontario 5.5


Employment trends by industry

Employment opportunities rose in these sectors in Canada:

  • Finance
  • Insurance
  • Real estate
  • Rental and leasing
  • Manufacturing
  • ICR or information, culture, and recreation

Future Jobs in Canada

The employment results explain why PNPs or Provincial Nominee Programs in Canada are becoming more vital for Canadian immigration. Canada is expected to continue attracting more international individuals under PNPs than Express Entry.

Canada plans to start targeted draws to address the workforce shortage in specific sectors.

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